The following reports by the Sex Workers Project and its partners are available for download from this site. These documents are in PDF format and can be read using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.
PDF - 9.57MB
A joint report with the PROS Network on the impact of using condoms as evidence of prostitution in New York City.
PDF - 1.36MB
An analysis of the use of law enforcement raids to fight trafficking in persons.
PDF - 4.50MB
An analysis of indoor sex work in New York City.
PDF - 1.30MB
An analysis of street-based prostitution in New York City.
Publications by Partnering Organizations
PDF - 37K
Joint written statement submitted to the UN Human Rights Council, calling for an end to violence against sex workers in the United States of America.
PDF - 732K
A sign-on letter in support of clemency for Sara Kruzan, a survivor of trafficking serving a life-sentence.
PDF - 1024K
Curriculum on the Bush administration's anti-prostitution pledge to accompany the 'Taking the Pledge' video.
PDF - 101K
Priorities and suggestions for proposed NY state anti-trafficking legislation submitted by NY Anti-Trafficking Network.
Fact sheets, Publications and Other Documents by SWP
PDF - 389K
A letter from the Sex Workers Project to Police Chief James Tolbert of the City of Flint, MI, about the department's policy of posting the names and photographs of people arrested for prostitution to the department's Facebook wall.
PDF - 368K
A letter from the Sex Workers Project to Senator Gayle Goldin concerning proposed amendments to Rhode Island's Human Trafficking Law.
PDF - 99K
Recommendations from SWP and IMUMI to the Committee on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEDAW) on rural women in Mexico and social conditions that create vulnerabilities to human trafficking.
PDF - 127K
Testimony of the SWP to the New York City Council Committee on Immigration concerning condom possession and evidence.
PDF - 108K
Testimony of the SWP to the New York City Council Committee on Immigration concerning Intro 982 and 989 in relation to limitations on secure communities.